In this 9th episode of GSAPP Conversations, Dean Amale Andraos speaks with Momoyo Kaijima about the relationship between research and practice as it is made visible in the books they’ve published, the difficulty and rewards of working in the Fukushima Prefecture following the 2011 tsunami and nuclear accident, and her interest in working across generations to develop a deeper understanding of the relationship between buildings and their inhabitants.
“Architecture itself is very static and hard, but it is changed and transformed to be more active by the surroundings. … How buildings are animated for the people and by the people – this kind of research is really, really important to making a kind of critique for today’s method of architectural design.”
|Course||Semester||Title||Student Work||Instructor||Syllabus||Requirements & Sequence||Location & Time||Session & Points||Call No.|
Advanced Studio VI
||Momoyo Kaijima, Yoshiharu Tsukamoto||Syllabus||Studio Section Via Lottery - Required 3rd Yr M.Arch & AAD||
600/700 Avery Hall
MTH 1:30 PM - 6:30 PM,F 3 PM - 5 PM